SYDNEY: Lexus has recalled about 1.75 million vehicles from all over the world due to possible fire risk caused by fuel leak.
As many as 759,000 cars, built between 2005 and 2010, have been affected globally. Meanwhile, Lexus has also announced to recall 10,800 cars in Australia, which is first time this year. The company recall in Australia includes the Lexus LS, GS, IS, IS C and IS F vehicles built between September 2005 and August 2010.
Lexus will contact the customers by mail at their last known address and ask them to make an appointment at their local dealer, where a new fuel pressure sensor gasket will be fitted.